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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w I TWELFTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyt as Second Class Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JULY 11 1901 DOLLAR A YEAR gfltt4i NUUnE1t 11 O l J k- I he E 2 THE HOME NEWS K I See the pretty dimities at Joseplis We buy old gold and silver the Jeweler The Chattanooga Hancock Disc Plow has no equal for Fall plowing Sold only by Gaines Bros Dr Landman the oculist of Cov ington Ivy will be at the residence of Dr Evans Richmond street Fri day the 19th inst Preached Sunday Rev John R Deeringof Lexington presiding elderof this districtprcach ed at the Methodist church Sunday lIe leaves next week for an extended tour through Europe While here he was the guest of Dr B F Walters Ice Ice Ice We are the only dealer here who handles ice in car loads Ve sell pure ice best in thestate we sell same price on wagon and at Far mers wanting can jjuy very low of us in lots from 100 to 1000 lbs See us before buying H B Northcott A Garrard County Boy We see our old friend Lee Tate an nounced as a candidate for sheriff of Ilockcastle county on the republican ticket Mr Tate is an old Lancaster boy who has many friends in Garrard who wish him success in his race He is a fine business man and stood high in the estimation of our people THE RECOUD will say that if he is elected the people will never regret it Liberal Citizens Of those to whom the request was made to pay one dollar for necessary improvements to be made on the Methodist parsonge lot the following persons responded 0 W J A Beazley 100 R Kinnaird 100 B V Hudson 100 O W Rigney 100 B Lurk 100 R II Batson 100 J I Ham ilton 100 J W Sweeney 100 S C Den ny 100 J M Logan 100 J Joseph 100 Hank Hudsod 100 W J Romans 100 T S Elkin 100 R L Uunderwood 100 Cash 100 Cash 100 J M Duncan 200 100 R Zimmer 100 G A Swinebroad 100 Alex R Denny 100 R E McRoberts 100 II T Logan 100 J II Sympson 100 Dr 100 We wish to thank the above for their ready response L Robinson Pastor jJ Thompson 2t t Shugtus 100 J C Hemphill 2 house i a I Sand un Bargains in buggies etc at Counts y Currey sells good goods as cheap as for inferi at other Farmers Favorite and the Ken tucky Drills are the leading Drills of the South A car load just received by Gaines Bros Special Shoo Sale We have about 1000 worth of mens womens and childrens shoes which we have decided to dispose of at cost Call early and secure a bargain jty42t C D Powell Co To tile Teachers Please bring the books belonging to the County Library in as soon as pos sible We want to look over the books and order new ones By order of the Superintendent Mrs Swope Amanda Anderson Committee Fifth Dr S H Burnside of Wichata Falls Texas sent TilE RECORD a picture of a fishing party of which he was a member with eight on posts all of em longer than Andy Judging from the number and size Andy must cling to the old Garrard county idea of spitting on his bait Paint Lick Bank Opens The Peoples Bank at laiut Lick has thrown open its doors to the pub lic and started off under the most fa vorable circumstances Cashier Kem per is a business man who has had much experience in the bank ing business The Peoples starts in in with a capital stock of 10000 which is held by the very best citizens of Garrard and Madison counties A glance at the list of directors our readers of the substantial foundation upon which the new bank is established They are W C Fish E L Woods J B Woods R L Arnold II Green A 15 Est ridge and R G Guynn A handsome twj story brick banking house has been erected which has all the conve niences of city banks The new insti tution is located in one of the most prosperous sections of the state and that it will prove a paying invest ment as well as a great convenience to the people goes without the say ing lilt fish hung I places S convinces G11 Gates 4MHMM I M f Has been applied to every de partment of our Large Stock burning profit to the very edge It is our Custom to have a clearance sale every season We are now just inaugurating one and we extend a attend this sale THERE ARE DOLLARS AND CENTS IN IT FOR YOU We can show you prices that will be MORE ATTRACTIVE for you than to see them in print Our space here is too limited to quote you many prices therefore we ask you to come and see what we SHALL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED Elegant styles in Lawns and Dimities at 5 8 10 12 and 15 cents a yard Mercerized Foulard Silks at 20c worth 35c Fine Imported Foulard Silks 38c worth 75c Special lots in Ladies Slippers to close out at 48c C9c 78c 89c 118 and 138 WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY One special lot of Mens Fine Shoes we will close out at 148 worth 250 and 300 AND MENS CLOTHING will be sold at half value This is an opportunity WELL WORTH ATTENTIONof every consumer of merchandise The Logan Dry Goods Co Lancaster Ky 3 f 2 0t 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 v 0 0 0 II to 0 i0 01 1 2 1 2 0 o o 0 o 0 o 0i 0 0 to t i0 0 1 1 2 V 10 0 0 offerYOU O 0 0o 6 2 t 0 v 0 O 0 t t 0 0 0 0 0o0 o o v- o 0 i l o it0 o o 0 1 J I 00 000 O O O OvOv OvOGO O OGOGOUOGOU00 000 0000000JO O C 000CO O Oe OJOJO00 t0Tue Torch oflleauctiau n 0 o 0 u o 0 v 0Zftfiflf flfZf s sislflfcJ0 J 0 erG0 0 0 4 o 0O O 0 0 0 0 f 0 O i o 00 0 0 R i THEOJ 0 O o 0 0 0 0v 0 0 00ooooocoooa 0 o r 000 00 O t P Deposit your wheat at Wafds mill july11 2t All kind of machinery repaired at Conns I have onYe extra Southdown andlambs for sale G T IJigginbotham Marcellus Colorado Excursions Tickets via the Queen Crescent Route to Colorado and Utah points at reduced rates account Summer Ex cursions Ask Ticket Agents for par ticulars W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Trade at Blue Grass Grocery Our extreme low prices will prevail as ev er before Special attractions every day Thousands of beautiful presents given away to our trade Camp IMuctluir The camp meeting at Preachersville is being attended by large crovdsand all arc enjoying the services very much The preaching is tine the singing excellent and the order per fect It is believed much good will be accomplished The meeting closes Sunday Medlcnl Society The Garrard County Medical Society had an enjoyable and instructive meeting Friday night Papers were read by Drs Kinnaird Casenburg and Poyntz which were highly interesting This society is in better shape than it has been for many years and of much benefit to the profession Will Lecture In Lancaster Evangelist A Martin who has just returned from Nova Scotia and other foreign lands will preach at the Chris tian church Sunday the 21st morn ing and night On the Monday night following he will lecture in the same church subject Four Years in Eng land Proceeds of lecture to be ap plied on the new church fund Full particulars next issue I atli of Hiss Mrs Belle Burnside received a tele gram last week announcing the cleats of Miss Willie McLane at her home in Nashville She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs John McLane for many years residents of Jarrard The death was very sudden and a shock to many friends of the family in this their old home Miss McLane was to have visited Mrs Burnside this summer Hours Changed At last Sunday mornings services Dr J L McKee announced that the hours for holding the Sunday school and preaching would beginning next Sunday be changed back to the old time that is the Sunday school will at 930 a in preaching to at 11 The prayer meeting will also be changed back to Wednesday night as formerly The experiment of holding the church services be fore the Sunday school was given a fair trial but finally met with much opposition and it was decided to to the old way Garrard Co Sunday School Convention There will be held in Lancaster July 18th in the Presbyterian County Sunday School Convention It is hoped that there will be delegates from each Sunday School in the coun ty Mr Fox our State Secretary and other workers will be with us and an enjoyable day is expected It will be only ore days session morning session beginning about 930 oclock Our town people are earnestly requested to lend their presence and assistance to make the Convention a success This is a work in which all the churches are interested so lets all work together for good results 2t The Surveyors The Southern engineers are still at work on different lines coming into town but it is bejievcd they will and take up the work on the south side either today or tomorrow They have three lines into town either of which they say is good enough for any railroad They are going slow and taking great pains with the work The people are beginning to see now that is going to be built and if they will only begin to see that Gar rard county will get it if she will put up the right of way all will be well Whether our people will open their eyes and go to work securing this right of way remains to be seen Mr Buford Ralllev Last Tuesday friends in Lancaster received a letter from a daughter of Col Ambrose Buford in Covington stating that he was critically ill and would only live a few hours The instructed that all preparations for the burial be made This was promptly attended to many friends notified of his condition and all wait ed for a message announcing his death and when the party would arrive in Lancaster No further word was and the people were ata loss to to know what to do It has develop ed that his condition remained so critical that it was impossible to tell just what to do He has since rallied much to the gratification of many friends of the family in this vicinity V yearling buckS Lane beheld return church- a thisroad letter received 3I t county commence finish 5 t Deposit your wheat at Wards mill julyll2t Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons We have the oltl reliable Mitchell Romans Elmore That game of ball between the fats and leans has been played Keg Mason says it will be played Thanks giving day We are ready to receive your deposit at Wards mill Remem ber there is no better flour than White Swan and Gilt Edge All gro cers sell it Bates the Miller Uncle Rube Naylor 111 Uncle Rube Naylor who resides on the Danville pike near town was siezed with a violent attack of hic coughs Wednesday afternoon which was not relieved until the following day lie has been ill for some time and the trouble made him very weak lie is some better today Popular Excursions Over thirty tickets were sold for the 150 excursion to Cincinnati When the train reached Cincin nati it was composed of two sections of ten cars each and every car was crowded The L and N is making a great success of this scheme will be run Sunday week VelIKiiovu Harbor Killed At Crab Orchard Tuesday afternoon Sam Blakemore the wellknown barber was shot and killed by his brotherinlaw The trouble was over the division of some property Blake more was one of the most widely known colored men in tnis section as he was an exceptionally line workman Help a Good Cause The ladies of the Methodist church will have an exchange in the Stormes building adjoining store every Saturday afternoon for the entire summer They will sell and serve light salads ices capes etc Proceeds for parsonage Come around and your suppers and Sunday meals and thus help a worthy cause IIuvo Brought Suit Richmond Register The first suit against Central University growing out of the consolidation of that with Centre College was filed by Attorneys Judge C II Breck and W B Smith in the Circuit Court here in behalf of the heirs of Mrs Rebecca Shearer Mrs Shearer gave 1000 to the erection fund of the and left a certain sum in the hands of trustees to be turned over to the university when it had In the course of time the fund amounted to about 3000 This amount was turned over to the and the interest has been used in educating the young men of the county at different times The Shearer heirs claim they have a right to recover the fund since the object for which it was given is thwarted It is probable that other suits may follow this one To Sunday School Superintendents or Garrard County Letters have been sent to every Sun day School in the county requesting a report of School contributions and the appointing of delegates to the County Sunday School Convention to be held in Lancaster July 18 in the Presbyterian church There will be two sessions morning and afternoon morning session about 930 oclock This is a union Convention all the churches being interested in it Mr Fox our State Secretary and other workers will be with us on that Responses to letters are coming in slowly will the Sunday School send in the names of at once so entertainment can be provided also send in reports and con RespectfullyR Stella ONeal Hubble Co Secy Boys In Maysviile the other day the following very funny which figured two little a drummer said to have been Rice of this city who was to the L N Station at the noon hour The germ of commercial life had sprouted in and taken visible form in a lemonade stand Two well tilled jars of the re freshing beverage were ready for one bearing a conspicuous sign 3c per glass the other 5c per glass The drummer embryonic days in business had his heart of pity touched and he to assist the boys Give me a glass of the 3cent kind of which he partook with a relishing smack Now let me try the 5cent kind This he quaffed with infinite pleasure young fellows I can taste no difference Please enlighten me why you make a difference in the price Well the jar marked 3c we let the pup fall in and we thought it not right to cbarge full price The drummer did not wait for more details farm wagon we are ring at a bargain wheat- on Sunday Another colored Miss Sallie Tilletts breads meats purchase institution j day Superintendents delegates episode- in fellows and passing their young hearts customers remembering- his decided C o never chickens university accumulated university Conscientious happened Howard C Nor Conn gives rebate stamps on all cash work Before buying wheat drills call inspect those at Gaines Bros We are giving great bargains in buggies phaetons and road wagons for daysRomans Elmore Getting Well Mr John Moss who was kicked in the stomach by a horse last week is much improved lIe is on the road to recovery and will soon be out A Youthful Gardener Charlie Smith is the youngest and most successful gardener in this sec tion He has been gathering vegeta tiles all season ahead of older hands itt the business and his work is for a lad of only eight sum mers He picked fiftyone gallons of beans from one little patch and has enough left to make sodawater mon ey for all summer Dr Hobsoit Here Monday Dr V II Hobson the celebrated dentist of Richmond was at the Gar rard Hotel Monday and waited upon a great many callers Dr Hobson has all he can attend to at his office in Richmond but upon the earnest so licitation of patrons he consented to make a monthly visit to Lancaster He will return next month due no tice of which will be advertised in TilE RECOUD Called for Three Years At the last meeting of the officers of the Lancaster Christian church it was unanimously decided to extend a call to Rev Allen R Moore the pastor to take charge for the term of three years This is out of the ordinary to call a pastor for that time but Mr Moore has given such general satisfaction and has gotten the church in such an excellent condition that the officers thought it best to hold on to him He has we are glad to say accepted the call and will remain a citizen of our town lIe is a man of untold worth to a town and to let him leave would be a very great mistake He attends strictly to his church duties studies hard preaches excellent sermons vis its the sick and is in every way what a minister should be lie takes no part in the little cat tights constantly coming up in every little town and if a gossiper wants to unload he will have to do so to somebody other than Mr Moore THE RECOID is truly is with us for this term ofyears and our only regret is that the officers did not make it for life sun s tl remarkable something h an C present glade Handsome stock heavy twilled crash at Josephs you want the lightest strongest and best wagon you ever owned buy a Capital from Gaines Bros We have just received a large order of extra tine buggy harness We save you from two to live dollars anything in this line Romans E more BETTER NEVER But we prefer to not procrastinate We with all our friends agree that bargains can only be obtained by buy ing for cash We do on rsel ves and have now adopted this as our motto Underbuy and Undersell for Cash Do not think when you come into our store that you can not tiny of us as Cheap as your neighbor can for we will treat all alike With bargains for Cash Now is the time to enjoy cool light Underwear Gentlemens or Ladies A few brand new Ladies and Childrens Slippers left to go at a A nice Line of Lawns India Linens and Challies just the kind to wear now See our line of Ladies readytowear Wrappers We handle the celebrated lamina Wrapper made and warranted by The John Shillito Co and sold at City prices Carpets We can show you the most complete line to select from to be found y this section of the State We represent the largest Carpet House the World who cut and make Carpets Costs us nothing to order them for you and brings us in contact with more people you get we get acquainted and the future can sell you all your goodsHarvesting Machine Oil the best than you ever bought it before Fruit Jars Glass and Tin Jelly Glasses at bottom prices GROCERIES ETC Green Coffee lOc up Roast Coffees 12c up Granulated Sugr at market price Come in and get our blended teas for making Ice Tea this hot weather Remember we handle Heintzs ab solutely pure apple vinegar and pickles Let us show you our line of Queens ware 10 piece Toilet Sets artisticaly decorated regular 400 Sets only 2 75 everything goes at unheard of We thank our Shoe patrons for their liberal patronage and will say to them this fall we will have a stock second to none direct from turcrs through us to you thereby the middle mans profit When in need of anything give us a call Yours bargainsWard o dIf I I LJI rUN this J I i bargain i in bargains perhaps- in lower A bargains time manu I c saving anon ail fgib- s Ice Cream Freezer Ice Boxes in all Sizes Refrigerators Call and see our Oil Stoves and Ranges Do your own cooking for 220 per week Jft lIUSUII JA BeazleyCo Funeral Directors KEEP COOL D fw r n c rs WhHB Mountain IU U i 1 L and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture antI Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Lav Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward BREEZY There is somthing Breezyab out our LightWeight SUMMER SUITS Everyone that has seen them likes them and says they are hand They impart a cool and refreshing feeling of satisfaction to the wearer They are fashioned right and fit is exact THIN PRICES on every suit Try one they are and economical OOOOOoooc 8X OOQ h n I 01 ai 000 Ji00aI J I I I t tcoolcomfortable 0 VV some Negligee Shirts ji Its now time for Summer Shirts and we are ready with the ever brought to town Counter after counter box after box of Negli gee Shirts all kind to tit all shapes of 1 men No Negligee Shirt that is SOcts No Negligee shirt can be found anywhere better than our best at 100 There are many new styles out for Spring and Summer wear but you find them all here I fInest showing worth having can be bought for lest than ooodoooooaooaaooooo00000000000000000 Shirt Waists Mens Shirt Waists are going to go stop them Theyre cool and comfortable and men will wear 1 them We have them The man who has never had on a Shirt Waist dont know what comfort is on a hot sum mers day Try one and you have got to come to it We have them in Per cales and Madras cut in the mos ap proved styles UUOOOICUIl oouui rH 11i I I IYOu cant 1 uuu UII s All the latest styles and shapes in Ladies and Gents Fine Footwear Summer Neckwear as hand some as dye can make it H T LOGANThe OnePrice Cash Clothier and Furnisher I The best set 750 guaranteed Any defect in years you get a new set Dr Hobson TEETH five CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY I LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky July 1 1 THE Kentucky editors are saving up their nickels and dimes to take trip out West this summer The idea prevalent that they can go on these jaunts without script or purse is It costs money and if dont come up to the scratch and pay for the paper Mr Editor stays at home The saying that have a hard time to keepsoul and body togother is quite stale but it is true just the same No class of men do more favors than do country publishers They receive little pay and seldom any thanks for the ten thousand kindnesses they do for the people When they do slip off a little resthome gourdheadsare mean enough to say they are deadbeating their way The newspaper mans time to laugh will come however when he stands inside the pearly and watches St Peter turn down the fellows who have lorded it over him back on the earth ED WALTON is writing some spicy editorials for his Interior Journal and if he keeps improving at the rate he is now going he will soon equal his big brother Ed said when he took the Journal that the hardest task he would encounter wastrying t fill the editorial column and he was a little weakkneed on tack ling the job but his work has proven tint he is equal to the task in every way W P will have to hump if he stays far in the lead of his hustling little brother IT is said that twentyfive per cent of the young men who have applied for admission to West Point have been unable to meet the physical qualifications Much of this has been caused by cigarettes so the report goes The little collin nails cause as much if not more trouble than whis ky yet a determined fight has never been waged against them WHENEVER the Lexington papers run out of something to fill up on they dig out a lengthy list of new subscribers and fill in three or four columns with it The same names appear in each new list tho the headlines are sometimes changed A little fresh boiler plate would be enjoyed more by the THE citizens of Madison county ex pect that a compromise will be regarding the disposition of the grounds and buildings in Richmond which formerly belonged to Central University Half loaf is better than no bread and we are glad Richmond is going to get this much though wish she could secure the whole bake shop THE Lincoln county jailer boasts of having three of the best looking in the state They up ant right though we know any number of men who would look much handsomer behind the bars but the trouble is in getting them placed there ANOTHEU speculator at Louisville showed up 42000 short Its old thing stock gambling It seems that people will never learn that obtained other than by the sweat of the brow will not stay with a man THE Danville Advocate passed its thirtysixth last week The Advocate is one of the cleanest and most conservative papers in and we congratulate our neighbor upon its great success As ONLY sixteen hundred persons were injured throughout the country in Fourth of July accidents this year it appears that patriotism is dying out Doer It Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular cli mate Yes if possible if not for you then in either case take the only remedy that has been introduced in all civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not only heals and stimulates the tissues allaysinflamation gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle many years by all druggists in the world Get Greens Prize at Stormes Drug store Doctors often disagree but they dont disagree half as much as their medicines do es mc bee lgof erroneous subscribers editors newspaper showed telephone doubtless subscribers reached prisoners money milestone Kentucky thriving Recommended i Almanac h I ill f cat i them co Poss l TEETH Gold Crown and Bridge 550 per tooth The most beautiful Dr Hobson 1Irf 1 a to A Severe Test Luke Dodley better known as old Hot in the Collar is a halfbreed Pawnee who vegetates on Jawbone gulch over in Lincoln county here Saturday to buy a mule and a plow to fasten to an old plowline he has at home it being his fixed pur pose he said to stir up the clods from one end of his reservation to the oth er Dodley would attract notice even in a marching column of Louisville business men The turret of his anatomy known as his head consists mostly of his nose with sort of brainpan annex If by any mischance he were to lose his nose he would be practically without a head Any man who lugs around a carmine hued nasal monstrosity line Dodleys ought to be able and doubtless is able scent firewater a mile to In fact it is said of old Hot in the Collar that when it comes to a guzzling contest he can put any two men in the province under the any rate he is always willing to try While here he was over at Garrard Hotel a few minutes In a general conversation there the goes tion arose as to what was the most ditlicult thing for a human being to do when some one familiar with jokes said he believedit would be a right hard thing for a fellow to carry an armful of live eels up a steep hill without letting slip an eel Old Hot in the Collar said that was noth ing He declared that to his mind the most difficult performance for mortal man to achieve would be to hold a sup of liquor in his mouth a minute without letting it slip down his throat The remark caused some excitement Every man in the crowd wanted to see for himself right then and there if the thing could be done but the difficulty of obtaining the testing fluid in a dry town was so great thatthe matter was temporarily abandoned However it will be test ed repeatedly on a large scale later the minkslide proving grounds at Indian Head on the Chute KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION The Pencil Pushers to Slake ofTTIielr Shackles Kiijoy u Rest And See The Country The press boys are looking forward with much pleasure to their outing and trip this summer Bob Morning star the clever and eflicicnt secretary has put in much hard work on arrang ing the trip and this week is going over the proposed route making all arrangements that there may not be the slightest hitch or delay from start to finish The association will be called to order at iMadisonville Ky Friday August 2 at 10 oclock a m The entire day will be taken up in to matters of great interest to thejcraft in Kentucky At night the people of the hospitable little city will entertain the party after which they take sleepers and begin the long jour ney through the West Special Pull man sleepers have been engaged and the party will make them home during the entire trip Following is THE ITINERARY Leave Madisonville 1110 p m Fri day Aug 2 Louis 720 am Saturday Aug 3 Leave St Louis 900 a m Saturday Aug 3 Arrive Kansas City 320 p m Saturday Aug 3 Leave Kansas City C00 p m Saturday Aug 3 Arrive Pueblo 1140 a m Sunday Aug 4 Leave Pueblo m Sun day Aug 4 Arrive Denver 340 p m Sunday Aug 4 Spend six hours in Denver Leave Denver 930 p m Sun day Aug 4 Arrive Colorado Springs 1203 midnight Sunday Aug 4 Spend Monday Aug 5 at Colorado Springs Manitou and Pikes Peak Leave midnight Mon day Aug 5 Arrive Salida 520 a m Tuesday Aug C Leave Salida Narrow Guage Road 645 a m Tudsday Aug 6 Arrive Grand Junction 440 p m Tuesday Aug G Spend ten hours at Grand Junction Leave Grand 210 a m Wednesday Aug 7 Arrive Salt Lake City 1245 p m Wednesday Aug 7 Spend two days at Salt Lake City Leav3 Salt Lake City 315 p m Friday August 9 Arrive Grand Junction 1235 midnight Fri day Aug 9 Leave Grand Junction 1245 midnight Friday Aug 9 Guage Road Arrive a m Saturday Aug 10 Leave Salida 855 a m Saturday Aug 10 Arrive Pueblo 1155 a m Saturday Aug 10 Leave Pueblo 100 p m Saturday 10 Arrive Kansas City 715 a m Aug 11 Leave Kansas City 900 a m Sunday Aug 11 Arrive St Louis 730 p m Sunday Aug 11 Leave St Louis 800 p m Sunday Aug10 Arrive Louisville 730 a m Monday Aug 12 lam indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for my present good health and my life I was treated in vain by doc tors for lung trouble following la grippe I took One Minute Cough Cure and recovered my health Mr Wise Madison Ga F P Frisbie About twothirds of a doctors bill is trouble in guessing at your complaint n M He came I superimposed- e windward tablet the- Ir almanac attending Arrive St I I 1145a ColoradoSprings1208 Junction Broads Salida Sunday E H forhis A oat 845 TEETH The best White Crown 250 Dr Hobson i i I Porcelain TILE IIUSTLINU WEST PEABODY Kan June 29 1901 Dear Louis Referring to the fig ures on the printed address upon the wrapper enclosing my RECORD I dis cover that I am liable soon to fall in to the hands of Bob Henry or some merciless harrasser of delinquents so I hasten to hand you herewith a cou ple of shads which will entitle me to a little higher notch on the list And now before relinquishing my pen I would like through your good paper to make a few plain statements concerning Peabody and its for the relief and satisfaction of my numerous and dearly beloved Ken tucky friends some of whom seem to have the impression that 1 have buri ed myself in the wilderness of the wild and woolly I am scarcely within the bounds of civiliza tion and that my neighbors are the wily red man the shaggy buffa lo and howling cayote and they lion estly mourn that so good a man should thus waste his sweetness on the des Peabody is a beautiful and thriving little city of sumo 1500 inhabitants located in the sourthern part of Mon roe county about 13 miles as the crow flies southwest of Marion the and 10 miles west of Flor encc The first house was built in the place in the winter of 1870 the material for which was hauled by wagon from Emporia a distance of 55 business portion of the town is neatly and substantially built mostly of stone and brick nearly all the buildings being two stories twenty five feet front and running back 100 feet The streets are all wide and nicely graded and the long rows of shade trees that grace the thorough fares on either side add materially beauty of the landscape as well as to the comfort ol those who pass to and fro beneath their friendly boughs The town is noted for its delightful homes its cozy cottages its charming bluegrass lawns its lovely flowers and shrubbery and its magnificent shade and ornamental trees A splendid system of waterworks supplies the city with an abundance of pure water and Doyle Creek an everflowing crystal meanders through its southern suburbs and furnishes the power to turn a mill some two miles below Two great trunk lines of railway the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe and the Chicago Rock Island and Pa cific cross here placing the city with in easy touch with the outside world on the north east and west Lying within the border of the great wheat growing beltand with her roller flouring mills and three eleva tors having ample facilities for hand ling cereals she has justly gained some notoriety as a grain market And as thousands of steers are annually fed within a radius of a few miles of this place and shipped from here fat and sleek over these great rail ways for the Kansas City Chicago and export mar ketsshe is known far and near as quite a cattle center Every branch of business is well here by wideawake enter prising and courteous dealers who carry extensive stocks embracing eye ry variety of merchandise and pur chasers find no difficulty in obtaining what they want in any line The six church edifices here the standing of the residents of the community and the splendid school building with their environments and appointments are mute an intelligent and cultivated citizen ry No better public schools are to be found than exist right here in An institution of which the people are justly proud is the public library a present from Mr T H Peabody of the A T S F Railway company for whom the town was named He erected the building and stocked it with several hundred choice volumes by standard authors and a goodly number of the popular magazines and current periodicals This valuable library is the property of the township and there are annually added by new supplies of books and other reading matter to the thousands of volumes that now crowd the ample shelves The Odd Fellows Masons A O U W and a number of other fraternal societies have well lodges here and add their influence to the many other of the city jlasons have erected an elegant and well ap pointed opera with a lodge room and banquet hall above which is not a convenience and satisfaction to the fraternity but ornament to the city a delight to the community as well Such ft a brief mention of only a few of the attractions of one of the best towns in one of the best States in the Union Kansas is all right and is daily proving herself to be one of the to live in to be found in the world I have by no means gone back dear have learned to love land of adoption nearly as well We had immense crop of everything last year and the now are that wheat and will be nearly as good this year Sincerely yours L COCHRAH s y n j surroundings westthat chiefly crt air count milesThe stream large steam represented betoken Peabody taxation Woodman established advantages recently on I seat tithe evidences an old Kentucky but m a corn of s TEETH Extracted without treated 100 Dr Hobson JI PainTEETH is EKYANTSVILLE Joe Haselden of Danville was will relatives here Thursday Miss Amanda Anderson and mothei visited friends here last week Miss Camel of Nicholasville is the guest of her cousin Miss Burnside Mrs B F Patton and daughters are visiting relatives in Richmond Miss Mariah Dunn is spending this week with her aunt near Lancaster Miss Ethel Dunn of Lancaster is visiting Miss Edna Berkele Miss Claud Arnold will begin school at Lindendale the middle of August Mrs Clara Robinson of Texas is spending the summer with relatives here Miss Susie Higgins of Paint Lick visiting her cousin Miss Georgie DunnMr John Chesnut and wife of Dar ville spent Tuesday with Mrs C C Becker Miss Anna Philips of Stanford is the guest of her cousin Mrs Eliza Ballard Mrs Virgie Arnold and littledaugh ter were the guests of Mr Roy Arnold last week Mrs James Halls has vet timed from Crab Orchard Springs where she spent two weeks Mr S K Stedman and fmily are visiting his son at Fort Springs Wood ford county Mrs Josh Dunn and children spent several days last week with his sister Mrs Nannie Ballard Miss Walker of Atlanta Ga is ex pected next week to visit Miss Bessie Patton for a few days Mrs Mary Hamm and daughter of Little Hickman spent a part of last week with Mrs Porter Dunn Miss Mattie Barnes who has been visiting relatives in Richmond has returned home accompanied by her cousin Mrs Deatherage My accounts are all past due and I ask those indebted to please call and settle their account as no one can succeed in business without an settlement J S Uaselden PAINT LICK Corn is selling at 275 per bbl here The harvest is over and the farmers Mrs Minnie Jennings of Berry visiting relatives here Deputy Collector W T Short and wife were here this week A protracted meeting will begin at Mt Tabor on the 21st o July Miss Callie Adams has gone to Fal mouth to visit Miss Lizzie Logan Pleas Murray sold his farm of 83 acres to William Powers for 2500 Mrs Jennie Searcy sold threeyear old gelding to Pony Beazley for 125 There was a box supper at Leaf Saturday night but the proceeds were not very large Mrs Gresham and Mr Earl Ward of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs C Shumate this week Misses Lizzie and Helen Smith vis ited Mrs Richard Barlow at Master Carl Barlow returned home with them are wanting to know what the buyers are going to pay for wheat We have seveial buyers here but they are not making any bids Our bank is completed and looks as neat as a pretty girl in a party dress CashierW G Kemper says business is increasing every day and it will be a paying institution GILES Madam Rumor reports a wedding on the ICth inst Thos House our postmaster has had a severe attack of chills Messrs Sebastian Lige Hurt and W E Ray are having splendid luck fishing Mrs Rosie our dressmaker has been on the sick list but is some better at this writing Miss Lucy House contemplates her sisters Mesdames M H Gen try and White of Fayette in the near a large party of young folk had a fish dinner on the river last Wednesday week All report an en joyable time and plenty to eat They were all somewhat disappointed as they intended to go up to Valley View on the steamer Falls City It failed to come in time You can never cure dyspepsia by dieting What your body needs is plenty of good food properly digested if your stomach will not digest it Kpdol Dypepsia Cure will It all of the natural hence must digest every class of food and so prepare it thai nature can use it in nourishing thebody andreplacing the wasted tissues thus giving life health strength ambition pure blood and good healthy appetite F p Frisbie Is s occasional is- is j Richmond visiting E lI county fut re- Quite Then contains her cousin aide r r TEETH Gold 150 TEETH extracted 25c Dr Hobson Filled 75c LOCUST GROVE Miss Edna Scott began teaching lore last Monday Boys there are girls in this section vho cant walk but they delight in having the boys come once a week Candidates were as thick last week hereabouts as fiddlers were in days gone some of them hoc corn others lo chores but the people continue to Saw wood and say nothing and will do so until the sugar bowl is opened Mrs Margaret and 7 F Stone Misses Edith and Ovelia Montgomery visit ed relatives in Tyro neighborhood last week and had a most pleasant time Henry Traylor than whom no more clever or largehearted man can be found this side the pearly gates of the new Jerusalem is always ready to lend o helping hand to any one who needs help Some times when a train load of poverty stricken magnates from the metropolis of the State comes to while away a few hours in Lancaster he contributes to the whims not needs to the tune of some of the best whisky on earth Ye editors know hence the puff in last weeks issue of THE PECOKD STONE Miss Viola Folger is very ill at this writing Mr Jesse Lemay spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at High L Sanders lost a number of hogs with the dread disease cholera the last few days Rev Meldrum delivered a very in teresting discourse to a very large and attentive audience last Sunday Scotts Fork Miss Nora Vanarsdall returned to her home in Anderson last week to the regret of some young men in this locality and in others Miss Jessie Preston boarded the Falls City after several weeks visit with relatives here Miss Preston made many friends while here The fishing party given at Sugar Creek landing last Saturday was great ly enjoyed by all present and a nicer behaved crowd was never seen by any oneDont forget our Sunday School at Scotts Fork each Sunday at half past nine a m and also to meet and singing at 4 p m each Sunday Miss Louise of accepted the fall school atScotts Fort and opened Monday morning with a very good attendance We wish Miss Kauffman much success with her school A number of young folks from here together with a number from Mt Hebron drove over to Camp Tselson last Saturday and spent the day very pleasantly an elegant luncheon was served and all who were present a delightful time and expressed their desire to take another such trip WALLACETON Born to the wife of Mack Byrd a fine boy Miss Dora McWhorter of Waco has been employed to teach the Wallace ton school and will begin on the loth a number from here are to attend the quarterly meet ing at Walnutta next Saturday and Sunday The grape crop which is unusually large and until recently promised to be of extra quality is now rotting very badly Those who failed to hear Rev Dod well of Berea preach here on the30th ult will be glad to know that they will have another opportunity on next SundayThe Sunday school at the M E church here has just received as a gift from the Publishers three dozen copies of the Epworth Hymnal Ko 1 for which we are of course grateful The recent rains have done quite a good deal of plowing for some of our farmers as well asdamage hay Oats are excellent and ccrn at present looks very promising Mr Dan Moore of Oklahoma who is spending the summer with friends in Kentucky vhowcd us an English shilling the other day that was made in 1817 during the reign of King George the Third While standing on a box and nailing on ceiling last Friday J A Baker a heavy fall as a result of the box tilting with him No bones were broken but he has been suffering in ternal pain continuously ever since and can hardly walk about the house R G Mitchell has returned from the Philippines after an absence of exactly two years Dick reports continuous good health during his and a good time and says the two years were worth more to him than two years in Harvard Yale or any other college would have been We saw his Discharge which said Service Honest and Faithful Char Excellent Bridge- C a practice reported instQuite expecting to theclover received absence I attflinan t TEETH Will come to Lancas each month Dr Hobson ter everysecond Monday- in J B w C I J Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices lange from 8 upward Call at works near the depot- S McGtilKE OKQAVIZSD I8a- HUGHS NATIONAL BANK OP IT Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10001 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed M HlQQINBOTHAJC Pl6 lden- Lswis Y LIJLVILL VicePresideni F HUDSON Cuhlei O Assistant WALKSB Booiieepei DIRECTORS JMHlGGISBOTHAlf LEWIS Y LXAVBL- tTM ARNOLD B F HUDSON Lancaster Stone Yards NearL N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases for Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly at Low Prices For further information call on JAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY Insure with the NOT M Lira Insurance Co and the Continental fire Insurance Cc G B SwinebroadAgt AetnaQueen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile NATIONAL BANK RIG NET Cash D 11 VunI KINNAIRDINSURANCE Followin COIDDanies Aetna Life Ins Co gr HartfordJConn THE LAF OLD 3TLB ereSeilill I193t= i CAPITAL 5000000 l f OF SURPLUS ee 0e J I 1 ice T LANCASTER KY A B DINKY President STOBMKS Vice C DaNNY Cashier F ROBINSON JR B T EXBK- YAsst Caiahr DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C RobinaoB John E Storms WHKiaaalid I JNO L PresIdent- S Bookkeeper 5 l TEETH Dr Hobson the only Dentist in Richmond who owns his own office Dr Hobson s Dr R Goldstein of Louisville will be at Lancaster Jnly 28 1901 for one day only at the New He has made the study of optics a specialty and anyone in need of glasses can not do better than to give him a call He will be found at his room at the New Garrard HotelParents of children whose eyes are in any way affected should take them to Dr Goldstein and have them examined Too can not be taken in this particular as any neglect of the parents may lead to most serious in after life If the eyes ofa child need glasses the doctor can deter mine it and adjust such glasses as will be most apt to preserve and increase their strength This gentleman has been giving satisfaction for many years and we recommend him as worthy the patronage of the public Those suffering with their eyes should call on him and if they dont get relief it will not cost them a cent He can adjust to any eyes age x A good glass rightly adjusted is a luxury to a person with failing sight they can not afford to do without A glass imperfectly a justed is worse than no glass Office hours 9 a m to 5 p m They USE the BEST Z1MMER the BAKER uses WARDS FLOUK and the fol lowing dealers sell it T Currey B P Buck Ward Sympson H M Ballon Co C D Powell Co R A Stone J J Barton Co R L Underwood T Frank Lackey F Owens We back them up in their guarantee that there is no bet ter Hour made than WHITE SWAN and GILT EDGE Take no substitute BATES the Miller B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Ofliee over Thompsons store S BEAZLEY glassesto muchcare andany r l 1 I i I i I I i I I f I i i I It S Elkm I I I I I I G W consequences ooooo00o S S oooooeooooo000000000000000oooooeoooo DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized AIr Office lu Builcliucr Uauvilltt street oppo Ite Presbyterian church DR LOUIS I LAOMAfl of No Ill Madison Ave CovIngton Kjr formerly of Cincinnati practice limit ed to the diseases of the eye will be at the residence of DR E EVANS onKichmond St LANCASTER KY Friday July 1 1901 Returning One Day in Each Month GLASSES ADJUSTED RKFKRCXCE3 Every physician In LuAcaa vw Ky jne27ly JOHN T JOHNSTONCIVIL Lancaster Ky COUNTY SURVEYOR All business promptly attended to WMcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSOIT Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY the Bootout E P BROWNING Prst THOS R PHISTERVice JOHN C Sec and Treas Trustee ofReserve Fund Judge Mat Walton EPBrowning Thos SAFETY CO INCORPORATED KV Has beaten the record and started its business with an membership Wliy Is ThisC It is because the people know that its contract is The best on the market 2nd The most profitable to the investor 3rd The most speed results 4th Absolutely safe and guaranteed Why let your money be idle when you can cooperate with us and get good profits We pay in your lifetime Write to us or call at our office No 27 West Second street Maysville Ky J C Thompson Agt Lancaster Ey rst ster I ADAMSON THB INVESTMENT LLEYr unprecedented 1st if s- r r RPhi a r SV1 MAY P Where the Home Have visited Miss Ollie Haekley is visiting friends in Buena Vista Miss Annie Austin is spending the summer at Dripping Springs Mrs II H Grant and son of Louis yule arc guests of Mrs J E Allen Miss Julia Reid is visiting her Rev Chas Reid of Middlesboro Mr Todd Scott and daughter Miss Lucy spent Sunday at Crab Orchard Misses Theo Ilemphill and Angie visiting friends in Cyn thiana Miss YeniceJWalker of Atlanta was entertained this week by Miss Alice WalkerMrs Baughman of IIus tonville is visiting Miss Mattie Mae Robinson Mrs W W Hays and daughter of Stanfojd has been vititing hersister Mrs W S Beazley Mrs George D Robinson and son Alexander of Hustonville have been visiting Mrs Dorcas Walker Mr Louis Doty wife and baby of Stanford visited the family of Mr Alex Doty Saturday and Sunday Miss Alberta Anderson has from a visit to her grand father Mr Thomas Anderson of Kingston Miss Margaret Ilackley has gone to Lake Chautauqua N Y to accept a position as teacher during the sum mer Mesdames Maggie Hollins Ophelia Dunn and Miss M F Smith spent Wednesday with relatives in Dan vine Miss Kendrick who has been the guest of Miss Willie Belle Burnside left for Lexington before returning to Monticello Gov W 0 Bradley came up Sunday and spent the day with his family He is well pleased with his location in Louisville Prof J II Patterson Misses Annie Royston and Norma Elmore left for Detroit Mich to attend the National Educational Association The following little girls are being entertained by Miss Burnie Guy Lear at a house party this week May and Suana Lear Lilly West Lillian and Grace Cochran Mr Walter Iliatt qf Lexington was here this week mingling with old friends Mr Hiatt on theLexington Herald and is one of thatpapers most valued men Walter is a well posted young man and makes a friend of every one with whom he comes in contact i n CYCY brother Kinnaird are ryne returned I Monday Bessie I t p444444444444444 Q PEOPLE 444Cy4440 r t 4 Miss Olivia Sweeney is in Winches ter visiting friends Mr Ware McRoberts left Monday visit relatives in Rev Leonidas Robinson has gone to California to attend Conference Mr Edwin Norris ot Frankfort is visiting his brother Mr John Norris W J Romans the hustling carriage man attended Stanford court Mon day Mrs Mary Noel of Danville has b on with her daughter Miss Lillie Noel Mr Graham Price and wife of Dan vine spent Sunday with Mrs Martha Frisbie Mrs Waller Clienault of Kansas City is visiting her brother F HudsonMiss Kennedy of Lexington is the guest of her sister Mrs Banks Hudson Mrs Betsy Johnston and son Stew art of Iowa are guests of Mrs Belle Burnside Mr Joe Burnside entertained a her of friends at a lawn evening Miss Annie Philips of Stanford visiting Mrs Martha Thompson Rich mondavenue Mrs II C Payne of Lexington will arrive today to visit to her sisterMiss Jane Hopper Miss Hattie Robertson has gone to 1 Cynthiana to spend several weeks with her parents Frank Pumphrey formerly of this oflice went to Somerset Monday to ac rcpt a position on the Paragon Mrs Williams Vernon Mrs Cleo Brown of Georgetown spent Tuesday with Mrs J E Stormes Miss Lettie May McRoberts is spending the summer with her aunt Miss Mae Ware of Hopkiiisville Livingston Colonel Wm Ward and daughter Miss Cora are out from Lancaster visiting Mrs John Magee Miss Stella Mae Spinks of Edin burg Miss is expected this week to visit Mrs L F Hubble Lexington av enue Mr Bates the accommodating man ager at Wards mills spent a few days at Somerset His family accompani ed him lIt Vernon Short who has been with the telephone company at Lancaster for the past year has ac cepted employment in Richmond A number of local Masons will go to Danville to night to see the Knight Templar degrees conferred on a num ber of candidates ye editor being among the list I LaGrange Mr B f te Thursday of Mt SignalEd n all at at a ly i School Books We wish to state that we will handle a complete line of School this year at regular prices FRISBIES DRUG STORE r I I I n- p p i n J- i4 1 E 4 P i Books J I catalogue j sr I z R I i k ti- wf tu Miss Isabelle Dull of Somerset visiting her aunt Mrs Bates Mrs McCampbell of Stanford is visiting her sister Mrs Douglas Mer ritt Jim Hatcher has returned front the West quite ill and is at his fathers on Water street Rev II N Falconer and wife of llillsboro Ohio arc spending a month with relatives in this city Miss Minnie Johnston leaves Mon day for Sunny Side this county to take charge of the school at that place Lexington B Doty of this city is the guest her aunt Miss Lena Bright of The handsome Mrs Arthur Hub bard of Covington is expected for a visit to her cousin Mrs J E Stormes Danville News Mr and Mrs A McKee Kiuuaird left this morning for Monticello where they will spend three or four weeks Mr interested in the oil fields in county Saturdays Times contained a good likeness of Eld Geo Gowen formerly this city He has charge of the Broadway Christian church in Louis ville and we are glad to state is en joying splendid health Capt J B Douglas of Jellico was here this week attending the meeting of the Templar Richmond Pantagraph The Captains Lancaster would like for him to run around by here on his trips and see the boys Mr W Lee Elkin of Louisville is spending a few days with Lancaster relatives He is the eldest son of Mr Armp B Elkin of that city who remembered by many friends here He tells us his father has charge of the lithographing rooms of the Ken tucky Lithographing Co a position both responsible and lucrative Capt Collier Iteturns After many delays en route home Capt William H Collier arrivedTues day from his service in the Philippine Islands He was a captiiin in the i Silt Volunteer Infantry which regiment was in many engagements with the Philippines and Capt Collier got the benefit of some sharp fighting For he came out without a and returns enjoying splendid r 1 Is HeraldMiss Lancaster Saturday toof ISscratch Gco hts frier r dyne S p 1 1 g p fp gj 1 M health He says the country is a de lightful one and has a great future before it when its resources are prop erly brought out Capt Collier has been appointed a lieutenant in the regular army but will remain in Lan caster and rest up before returning to duty The Thirtyeighth saw proba bly more actual work against the in surgents than any other volunteer reg iment It was on duty at Batanzas on the Island of Luzon and at the Island of Panay besides help ing to pacify the Island of Marenduki Of Capt Collier was at the fight when Johnson the American deserter was killed MT HEBRON Mr G W Thompson is on the sick list all Mr Dennie Scott is very sick at this writing Mr Henry Montgomery sold some corn to Dr Elliott at 3 Born to the wife of Mr Ernest Montgomery a girl on the 7th We all feel much refreshed since the pleasant showers of last week Sunday school is improving now there was more scholars Sunday than usual and all seemed to be much interested in thework The infant of Mr and MrsWm Paris died on the 3rd inst of dysen tery also the 18 months old child of Mr and Mrs Simeon Clark was buried this place Saturday Mrs Maggie Tracy and children are visiting relatives in this community Mrs Margaret Stone and nieces Misses Edith and Ovela Montgomery spent last week with relatives near Lancaster Miss Jennie Rogers was with Miss A E Scott part of last week and attended the picnic at Camp son Master Charlie Chiltonof Lex ington is in this locality On last Saturday morning the young ly people of this and Stone vicinity met this place and drove to Camp Nel son to spend the day There was twenty couples present At high noon nice lunch was served of which all heartily partook The day was great enjoyed by all present the old maids and bachelors on leav felt like they were just sweet T Low Rates to Fan American Expoal Finest trains in the South Consult ticket agents for rates and full information at ry he el J Is lloil Mon a lOur of ling Via Queen Crescent Route Double j I lion N c g new and claw the Mr was SISA SHORE EXCURSIONS Via the ClieaapeaUe Ohio Railway to Old Point Comfort and Ocean View Va On July 16th the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will run its annual ex to Old Point and Ocean View Va leaving Lexington on the regular express trains at 1120 a m and 845 p m reaching Old Point at noon and 635 p m the next day respectively Round trip tickets will be sold for 1300 good returning until August 4th Sleeping car berths will be 350 through in each direction and will ac two persons at same rate Davidson for many years proprietor of Phoenix Hotel at Lexington is in charge o the hotel at Ocean View and has made a special rate of 250 per day and 14 per week for C 0 excursionists Ocean View is one of the most resorts on the coast in full view of the Ocean and has a fine smooth beach To Atlantic July 18th and August 15th the C O will sell tickets to Atlantic City at 1400 good returning twelve days Stop over privileges will be allowed at Washington Tickets will be good going on regu lar trains Sleeping car berths will be 100 throughin each direction Arrange your vacation for one of these trips The C O can offer a diversity of scenery en route by any other line to the east not wait until the last few days Ascertain what train you will go on noun or night train and advise To New York and C 0 will sell round trip tickets to York daily at 3270 going and return ing via Washington at S3445 going and returning via Old Point and the Old Dominion Steamer or going via Washington and returning via Old Point or vice versa or returning via New York Central or Pennsylvania Central Tickets will be good ten days including date of sale and one stop a over will be allowed at Washington Baltimore Philadelphia or at Buffalo Write for full information Geo W Barney Div P A a Lexington Ky FLATWOODS Mr Wm Spangler spent Sunday at W II Furrs W H Furr bought eight hogs for 8552J last week Miss Jennie Scott is spending the week with her siiter Mrs Jas Miller Miss Eliza Smith of Lancaster is in visiting her cousin Mr J C Fox and family this week Mrs James Naylor has returned from Brodhead where she has been visiting her sister Mrs B C Anderson Mrs W II Purr is attending the bedside of her sons Mac and Willie who are sick with typhoid fever near Cloverdale Indiana BETTIS The farmers are about through bar vesting in this vicinity Mrs Shipton II Estes visited Mrs Mose Adams Sunday Miss Aggie Bourne and niece attended meeting the Fork Sunday and visited Miss Sue TM Arnold wife visited his father at Sunday Miss Nannie Arnold of Bryantsville visited Mrs Thomps Ar nold Friday Mrs Mose Miller and children and Mrs Martha Lear spent Sunday with Mrs Tom Mac Melon at Hubble Miss Mamie Daily of is visiting her aunt Mrs Robert Bettis Miss Lucy Marsee MarksburyJ and Miss Pine vine spent Friday with Mrs John Collier Henry Swope of Marksbu spent Sunday with Robert Clark Mrs Mary L Swope will begin a five months school at Pleasant Hill on Danville pike Monday July 15 pupils are requested to attend the first week in order to learn the rules Mr John Collier and wife visited John Marsee Sunday Wm wife visited James Bourne wife Sunday RUBBLE Brother Moore of Lancaster filled the pulpit here Sunday afternoon at p The hot wave has passed and now that the cool breeze has fanned the face of old mother earth Mr Scott McGuire will leave in a few days for Jackson county where will go to buy cattle and hogs Underwood and daughterMrs Holtzclaw started Monday for Bel fouche Wyoming where has gone to settle up the busi Holtzclaw The sad news reached here Sunday morning from Buffalo New York of death of Mrs JamesMcKechnie McKechnie and his bereaved fami have the deepest sympathy of entire community The prayer meeting was well Sunday night and the subject Behavior was in Gods House Mr John Robinson led the meeting Nearly threefourths of the young people responded to the call for scrip ture reading and bible talks Miss Stewart of Casey county visiting J F Rigneys family Mrs Amanda Rigney is visiting her son Mr Bolder of Preachersville Mr Simpson and Sidney McGuire of Lancaster visited their uncle Scott McGuire Saturday and Sunday 12 P ne F P if 230 11 JI ii1oIV k rsion fcommodate popular CityOn round- trip unsurpassed carsReturnThe News per cwt I UI Sutton andas Deanof andbe m W n Hess of her hnsband the late Frank attended in r C S Dlr Bou Mrs Ho Mile i ltz they ter men this fug turc If into the man says one and Two ens this such A the and tied est A pig is hardly considered up to standard if he dont gain a pound a day This is one of the summers when hay caps would be found useful The storms come frequently and sudden It is a rare thing but sometimes re corded animals are pedigreed scrubs from some cause or other Get rid of such If the pigs have plenty of grass and green stuff they will keep healthy as a rule with abundance of pure cool wa of course The Louisville Interstate fair oc curs September 23rd to October 5th The preliminary catalogue has been issued and copies can be obtained by addressing Marmaduke B Bowden director rooms 3 and 4 Board ol Trade Louisville Fine coal ashes sprinkled about the burrows of ants will cause them to leaves Ashes may be used on the lawn without injury to the grass Sifted ashes are best but those fresh from the stove shaken from the will answer the purpose very well Ladies Home Journal A commission consisting of three appointed by the Mikado of has arrived in the United States to investigate our horse question country They are now in go and will come from there to Japan wants to improve her cavalry service and thinks American horses and especially Kentucky are necessary to that end Tobacco growers can do very much towards heading off cut worms by us the following formula in their newly planted tobacco fields says an authority Add a spoonful of Paris green to two quarts of sweetened and stir in enough bran to make stiff mash Put a spoonful of the beside the young plants and the work is done It will save planting and uneven tobacco fields not to say great deal of labor any of our readers who have gone the sheep business even in a small way do not yet realize the im portance of dipping the lambs the sooner they wake up on this subject better it will be for both them and the lambs The ticks go for the lambs as soon as the ewes are sheared and make life a burden for the little fellows seriously interfering with their thrift These pests can be held check very easily by dipping the lambs anJ the sooner it is done the better Partners Home Journal There is no need of being afraid of glutting the poultry market Every woman and child in the county Farm and Ranch ought to eat egg a day every day in the year until this end is accomplished there can be no overproduction of eggs eggs a day could easily be of in the various and sundry in which eggs may be as human food But one egg per day would be about 27375 millions of eggs per year of 2273 millions of doz worth at least one cent per egg cents pet dozen 273750000 Dont be afraid of glutting the market At price eggs are a cheaper as well better food than the best loin of beef A bad complexion generally results from inactive liver and bowels In all cases DeWitts Little Early produce gratifying results F Frisbie short horse occasionally wins in long run When you want a modern uptodate physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Samples free at R E McRoberts drug store Some men are like rat but hard to shake DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve should promptly applied to cuts burns and scalds It soothes and quickly heals the injured part There are worthless counterfeits be sure to get DeWitts P Frisbie If a man has horse sense he always knows when to neigh 5 The piles that annoy you so will be quickly and permanently healed if you use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of worthless counterfeits F Frisbie The race may be to the swiftest the jockey isnt bribable Those famous little pills DeWitts Little Early Risers compel your liver g and bowels to do their duty thus giv you pure rich blood to recuperate your body Are easy to take Never gripe F P Frisbie Nightkeys as a rule have the hard work to do in the morning It si easier to keep well than get cured DeWitts Little Early Risers taken now and then will always keep bowels in perfect order They never gripe but promote easy gentle action F P Frisbie Three of a kind would have scooped the Ark as it held nothing but pairs I wish to truthfully state to you and the readers of these few lines that your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is without question the best and only cure for dyspepsia that I have ever come in contact with and 1 have used many other preparations John Beam West Middlesex Pa No preparation equals Kodol Dyspepsia cure as it all of the natural digestants It will digest all kinds of food and cant help but do you good F P Frisbie J r j nj p i1 L 10 4 shovel Japan Kentucky horses water I manners entertained diceeasily contaIns tl L 1 II II II g N l L Chi E u disposed users u our r kinds 4 inca the if jgr by E RJ sH zrj ffil 1 3j gn Mill roilBt articles 3 DRUG Madison RICHMOND KY wa A HIGHCLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOh J W McGarTSj Jr Principal Strongest faculty in the state Teachers vu educated at theleading institutions of this country and Europe with brilliant recordsas instructors everyone a specialist in her department Music depart ment exceptionally strong Good table Location healthful only one serious case of sickness in 12 years No fussy teachersemployed Frequent illustrated lectures by the principal on his recent travels in Egypt Palestine and Europe free to the school Sendfor catalogue isep American Investment Company INCORPORATED Capital 25000 0 Reserve Surplus 125000 00 Amount Paid Coupon Holders 200000 00 Address all correspondence to Home Office LEXINGTON KENTUCKYGood terms to firstclass agents Important Notice As semiannual settling time is at hand it is necessary that I collect all accounts owing me to pay my own bills I MUST HAVE ALL DUE This notice is meant for ALL indebted to me and I trust you will call and settle and thus save me the trouble and ex pense of calling in person Sallie D Tillett F rc ill 4 Htrftt110 1 LL =WHIIIIIII DRUqJ tOUr g i C d PaInts t9 tJ lIIabacccIfI g 41 1 tare tERTV STORE Gu arantti d 1t H H HT ttit I I t t IIII t 1 tutell Into beautifuland THE u m 1 i MIi J lku b Q a orsv Q oooao 00 Q tTe ad kt StockS l Ali Et EJ GJ 3 Et E3rE w 0 v3 w41 j Jf August 12 13 14 15 16 and 17 901 30000 RAND ORGEOUSIGANTIC p TIlOltINOt Ni1 tblE GRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION YE3 sTOGK NNs p Rpo s AUG14 LIVE An D aria ec sIrS 50000 U RSE REMIUM s AND THE MOST Lew YlsuQHecH Crescent Montreal Christian Workers low rates Tenn Annual Meeting State Teachers Association July 23 k N C saleJuly POEMti returning t Rates s MUSEMENT TTRACTION X300001 ssv0ouINCLUDING isTUPENDOUS UP RB 122LING f E 5H 2EI fcSI SI SZ ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever Devised for the ENTERTAINMENT OF MANKIND EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS ALL PARTICULARS SEE SMALL BILLS E SecyWRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED KY I The Time For v j TORNADOES Has Arrived I1 Several cities and towns have been 3E greatly damaged and many lives VIOLENT WINDS p Have your property insured against 2loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind Ej storms It costs but little 3 R KINNAIRD iPLuMUUUUiUiUUMi JUiiUiUUiUiUUllUJUJUUiUiUUR W CATALOGLEXINGTON mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm lost by 2 1 1 rr Stenography and Typewrltlas Miss Lenna Hobbs who recently graduated in shorthand and ing at Midway College has an oftice at the Telephone Exchange where she is prepared to do work of this kind with neatness and dispatch Charges re reasonable and satisfaction If you have typewriting touo take it to her t type writ guaranteed GGNERAfc News Mrs MoKinleys condition continues favorableJames a Crittenden farmer was killed by lightning Paul E McDonald of Kentucky bas been appointed an assistant sur geon in the army The Rev W G Brooker of Kear ney Neb known as the Cowboy Preacher committed suicide Knoxville dealers an order for 100000 tons of Tennessee and Ken Lucky coal to be shipped to Venice Mrs W S Taylor wife of former governor W S Taylor died in India napolis Tuesday of heart disease The remains were buried there Contracts have been let for the of the Louisville and Atlantic road to Beattyville While fouling with a pistol in MenS fee Rudolph Pierre evident ally shot himsolf fatally and a bysfr mCrV have bequeathed his estate of 200000 to the Louisville Presbyterian Semin ary with the proviso of a 5000 aunu ity to his widow Riley Brock husband of Dora Clay Brock former of Gen Clay was lined twice at Lexington once for reckless driving and once for drunkennessThe of the State Prison Com mission states that both the and Eddyville penitentiaries are not only selfsustaining but show a good balance in favor of the State Treasury The British Govcanment is shipping thousands of American horses and mules to South Africa Four trans ports reached Xew Orleans this week to load with the animals and four others are due Pierre Lorillard the multimillion lire tobacco manufacturer and died in New York Sunday Great Britain purchased 408000000 worth of American farm products in 1000 Germany took 151000000 worth Miss Mary Sumber was attacked by wild cats and badly injured while horseback riding twenty miles from Middlesboro During last May an infant child of our neighbor wassuuering from cholera infantum The doctors had given up hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chambcjlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house them I felt sure it would do good if used according to directions In two days time the child had fully re covered The child is now vigorous and healthy I have recommended this remedy frequently and have never known it to fail Mrs Curtis Baler Bookwalter Ohio Sold by R E Mc Roberts druggist The Indians who formerly owned the lands in Oklahoma which will be opened for settlement in August will tile an injunction suit to prevent the Government from carrying out the contemplated The red men claim that their property has been wrested from them in direct violation of the United States Constitution A passing engine set fire to a near Brannon Sunday afternoon on the Q C road Farm hads the flames after they had spread over about a half acre A re port gained circulation in the city that a train had been wrecked and people killed the result perhaps some ones over fervid magination A Good Cough 3It i Many thousands have been restored to health and happiness by the use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy allictcd with any throat or trouble give it a trial for it is certain to prove beneficial Coughs have all other treatment for years have yielded to this remedy and perfect health been restored Cases that seemed hopeless that the climate of famous health resorts failed to benefit have been permanently cured by use For sale by R E Many a thief goes to prison because he neglects to steal enough to fee a firstclass lawyer Heartburn When the quantity of food taken is too large or the quality too rich heart burn is likely to follow and especially so if the digestion has been by constipation Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let six hours elapse between meals and when you a fullness and weight in the region of the stomach after eating indicating that you have eaten too much take one of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the heartburn may be avoided For sale by R E Roberts druggist The trouble with a great many young men who want to see life is that tley imagine there is none worth seeing by daylight r ooooooo t J county received county q j j I t l I sportsman all telling I action I wheat- field extinguished resisted druggist feel t OGLt W04SOC400 r is C ooooooooooeeooeeaeoo oae ooeoo extension wounded topchildt ifs Frankfort 2 ltt b weal c led fit FARM FORESTRY NOTES Plan Purnue l by a Mnssnclniueita Landowner Is of a Simne null Practical Suture Only a limited amount of practical work in thinning trimming and care of farm woodland has been in the east Many of the plans de scribed appear rather complicated to the average farmer and the forests are generally allowed to take care of themselves The plan pursued by Na thaniel Norton of Plymouth county Mass is especially interesting as a study even in the west because of its simple and practical nature Ten years ago he bought 50 acres of mixed white pine and sprout oak This tract he has managed by removing all the oak Hii1 interfered with or shaded the growing pines until the woodland las been transformed from a miscel Janeous forest tract to valuable pine fAAn GA DtoI C 0t attempted 1 SECTION OF IDEAL WOODLAND land The illustration shows a of the present tract after and thinning- In many parts of this woodland the timbers bulk has doubted in seven years The plan was to take qut those oak that interfered with or shaded too much the young pines leaving enough of them standing to encour age the sprouting of pine seeds which came tip in all parts of the ground without planting The sprouts from oak stumps were pounded oft in win tcr when the stumps were frozen Mr Morton does not wait for limbs to die before pruning but begins to trim off lower branches when the trees are five feet high the treatment when the trees increase in height This plan keeps the branches from growing into the timber It is found that quick healing is promoted by cutting the limb extremely close so that the inner trunk bark on all sides is penetrated making a scar about twice the diameter of the limb cut oil Limbs up to three inches in diam eter cut oil in thisway heal much fast er than those merely cut uti close to the outside bark It is not stated that this principle will apply to trees other than pine The experience of Mr Morton that about 3D years are to bring pines from seed to 11 size suitable for lumber Others al low 15 years The soil used by Mr Morton is very light with a sandy subsoil Trees 10 to 25 years old ap pear to have made an average yearly gain in growth of wood of fully 100 per cent The illustration shows a part of Mr Mortons tract on which are pines about 50 years old The for ciao growth has been removed and the trees trimmed since owned by Mr Morton The owner estimates that the wood on the lot paid for the penses of removing the foreign Bushes were kept mowed at cost of about 50 for the entire period Orange Judd Farmer AVIiat to the Sollf I would sot seem to undervalue ble manure but it is a mistake suppose that land must grow when we cease to feed everything the farm It is not necessary all income for the sake of keeping up the soil Now that we know more about the composition of the soil we know that productiveness depends in great degree upon the presence of organic matter in it and not solely upon stable manure or com mercial fertilizers The ideal tion would be one in which a goodly the cattle feeders of most fertile eastern valleys must give up a farm scheme that makes fat cattle and wheat the cash products The list of cash crops will be made and clover peas and sods must freely used to supplement the ma nure Farm und Fireside Sow Sonic UeitrrtlcHM Ilnrlcy I have sown the beardless barley for several seasons With it pays better than outs because it yields as many bushels to the acre or more if sown on good ground besides it weighs more to the bushel It males a splendid dairy feed ground with equal parts of corn and oats also for fattening hogs It is considered excellent feed for laying liens In winter when eggs are bringing 25 cents a doen or I like to go every week to market with a good sized basket But it does not pay sow spring beardless barley on poor soil because it grows and ripens so short a time It ripens three it ripens before wheat Eural New Yorker portion i I 00growth ofa Itt ult I ngupon hatS inc more four weeks before oats If sown carl I I di r trimming repeating incites r c aired e s pa- Ir con only lOnI ll More children would be borne if the mother could be sure that the worries and tribulations of gestation could be avoided MOTHERS FRIEND that marvelous liniment is unique in relieving and all the strained as I ODS Gonfinolont of its as the organs f was to any MRS LUCINDA PASCI I EL Lamberton Ark proves the above statement when she says I have had six children and was always in labor trom to thirty hours This time I used one bottle of 4 Mothers Friend with seventh child and was in about four hours Mothers Friend what it is recommended 1 will never be without it again Sold by all best or sent express prepaid on receipt of OO per bottle Book Motherhood for women apes mailed tree TIll BBABHELB KWiCKTOn CO Minute Ga it iaJust to druggi l lobe SYMPTOMS OF BAD BLOOD There is a popular belief that every boil is worth many times its weight in gold mid the sufferer patiently even cheerfully endures the pain under the mistaken idea that these little tormentors are health promoters that they thin the blood when too thick and cleanse and cool it when too hot or too rich On the contrary boils and carbuncles are evidence of blood poverty or a fearfully depraved condition of that fluid There may be no external evidence or bad blood until the warm of in motion the sluggish circulation and the ptiitup unable to escape through the natural outlets gather near the surface of tf Wi t1c ilV 1 l tijtj1 g c J U It rTn 1iTrr I 1 tt t 17J 6- F E1 k fE 1 Artj springs rK r i t t t r4- ei1jIL i dI1414J- t rGxl Kt- Y I days the skin and a Carbuncle or a Boil is the result When the blood burdened with an undue amount of this impure matter the Boils come in greater number eat deeper into the surrounding ilesh and being nearly always located bed of nerves cause the most intense suffering Robust and apparently healthy people are subject to Boils and there is always some hidden agency at work within the blood system that will eventually undermine the health but those whose constitutions arc broken down by previous sickness or other causes are most the unhappy victims of Boils and Carbuncles Exposure to the deadly malaria destroys the red corpuscles and reduces the blood to such a weak and condition that it succumbs to the boilproducing poisons and the pale and sallow is I one often J 3 Scott n resident of Hsol Mien vri s S S E lsTiftTt srbuaelo on my ueck had boon wuablo to relieved or Got entiroly CAT CLZS roil a the doctoi to to I b5 l1- to W33 8 S I Yas pain the Ely UA I nJ today in I G5 yrs pfNQa1CuS z3Ui Tr ltrst a vhtcit bring a Loati As rocn R alel dOfr1 ea halos vcil s is clear Gonna fsnt- ltneotl anti well aught b w ant old continually nurs or more of these feverish and painful A harmless Boil is sometimes the precursor of dreaded Cancer and too often the best dviclence of a condition of the I is ingone eruptions derall crt kidneys or chronic liver trouble brought on by lac f nutritious blood or it may develop into a running abscess or ugly eating causing re of suffering and often terminating fatally To seek relief from the inflammation and i produced by these terrifying through the application of local remedies i natural right but this method of treatment does not prevent others coming or bring fclti relief to the diseaseburdened deeply poisoned blood Only a thorough and building up of the depreciated blood can bring about a lasting cure of Caibuncles aiil Boils and prevent their S S restores to the old blood all its lost reinvigorating and giving it the red color that only pure li blood can hve mId through this new strength eruptions t test reappearance- S fr d V ore anQ thg i afit raa bloc r tf ffI J I TZ P v f i j Lr fJ Ii 1 t- 9i pc and vigor conies to the skin resumes its functions and impurities of whatever character are taken filtered out of the system in natures way S S S is made exclusively of roots and herbs selected for their wonderful tonic properties It cures blood poison diseases of all kinds whether acute or chronic No matter hew the may havebeen in the blood j bodilyorgans upand purifyingand S S S removes every vestige of it thus insuring a faultless circulation ana healthy Those subject to boils or any skin eruption old sores cr ulcers are asked to write our physicians their disease information or advice wonted will be cheerfully and given without cost to the patient whatever A valuable book on Blood and Skin Diseases sent free allabout andany any 3111 SP CO Atnta Ga body THE t ECU C This is an age of hustle bustle and sweat A man hustles front dawn until the Katydids sing in the twi for three meals a day a place lie awake and worry about it If he doesnt overwork he is called lazy and if he does overwork he is called crazy He toils and saves through the days of his youth so that when he grows old he can wear a plug hat and sit on the knee of luxury but when his halt turns to snow and his whiskers grow thin and gray in lifes late after noon he finds that he was victimized and grieviously buncoed by his own calculations and that and poor relations have shattered his dreams and punctured all his long cherished hopes Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in civilized world Your mothers and never thought of using anything else Indigestion or Bil iousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of eons Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested foul the action of the liver stimulate the nervousand organic action of the system and that is all they tool when feeling dull and bad with headaches arid other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Get Greens Prize Almanac at Stormes Store After a man has had occasion to em ploy a firstclass lawyer it is useless to tell him that talk is cheap Every singer in a quartet can point out three good reasons why the or ganization isnt absolutely perfect The heat Remedy for Stomach and Howe Troubles I have been in the drug business for twenty years and have sold most of the proprietary medicines of any note Among the entije list I have never found anything to equal Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles says O W Wakefield of severe cases my family and I have recommended and sold hundreds of bottles of it to my customers to their entire satisfac tion It affords a quick and sure cure in a pleasant form For sale by E E McKoberts druggist ASSIGNEES SALE As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts land containing 80 acres each in Garrard county in a good near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On one Is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make good homes for persons de siring small farm in neighborhoods where other lands Qr rented WILLIAM nEiiNDON tf Assignee I I I rheumatism- x then tograndmothers for endicitis Ncr beDrug theall Diarrhoea- to curedor111 can J Might toe regulate 117 neighborhood THE Crescent II i Queen a and its connecting lines to the Rout Exposition BUFFALO May 1st to Nov 1st 1901 Excursion rates 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IIn 1157 am S Jam i7EsraDOO T 0 S 1am e For tt- i I129a a a 212pm t LAIDRAM Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing a general Real Estate business we otter our services to the public both to those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those who have farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at the law office of R I Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their property for Ve will advertise it extensively in the CENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make no charge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or indirect ly Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortgages released etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady us Hin IJA UN listedwith 1- t I6 F- s sale withus lour House and Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location for Doc tor or Merchant A new nail very convenient onestory frame house four rooms hnll vay vanindas ami a summer kitchen attnchid good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry be l and a nice young orchard Cistern Hilda stock pond treat never fails Kurythins I new and convenient Irice is right and trms easy No 2 Yacjiiit in Lancaster ibis Property is Cheap and rill go Quick of Hill street 70 feet front and or lii feet deep if desired a part of the Dr OI Hill property Splendid bnild leg site for a nice residence in a good neigh borhood and one of the best residence portions of the town in short a desirable location in every particular No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster 1rKC Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of Hill street adjacent to item No 70 feet front on Hill street a feet deep or Ji feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr O I H ill place Good location in ex cellent neighborhood building site good and commanding No 1 Farm of 52 Acres on die Fork ol Sugar Creek 4 Riles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Place of the land has been in grass but is now under cultivation 20 acres of good tobacu or h mp laud the rust is rich and prodieti ve sever failing water and fencing in good repair Land been well treated 1 4 story box house rooms find ti porch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smoke house etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 5 Farm ofS 4 Acres on the Sugar Creek rULe 2j miles IVom Lancaster V acres nnder cultivation i acres of which have been sown in oats und grass ir acres of line tobacco or hemp land brings tine wheat and corn remainder in grass Stock water in abundance Sullicient throughout lust years drouth large wellselected orchard just whole place under good fence 5room cottage residence hare ire house nec essary cutbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want foi it No H 0 Acres oi Coal and Timber Laud in Pulaski Conntyiiliy About 2 miles South of Somerset and near to and fust of Flat River on the Cinciunat Southern Kailroad This laud is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Wailnnl stud Cedar upon it No 17 Farm of 158 Acres in Polleys iBend ofKentucky River In fiarrard county abonttj miles north of IJiiena Vista nnder good fence with plenty of water 2 seres in apple orchard good peach o chard C room twostory house in good rL pairs und all necessary ldiugs Laud in Policy Ecnd is fast increasing in value No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on Head Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard County about S acres under cultivation balance in grass clover timothy soul LIne grass Good posture mini under good fence and well watered by springs and ponds 12 acres in orchard in fruiting prime best ties of ah kinds of fruit The house is not a mansion hug a good substantial country dwel ling 1J6 storys hick with a store room 38x20 feet anjoining it About 1 mile from Lawsoiis School House and 2 miles from Good Baptist church Examine this property if you want to toy II No1 splendid i East ide elect r huh ha 4 i s Ill ie Hope Lot wOn lid fruiting ands rut No 0 Farm of JO Acres in Rock castle County in the lluttom of Copper Creek Jut across the Gnrrard and Uocicastle line All bottom land level find productive never failing stock water 1 story house and all necessary outbuildings Possession glen af ter Aprillst 1U01 Price within the reach of men of moderate means No House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Maul Street 100 feet front 1 17 feet deep Nice resideuc s are building all iiround this property in this location Is always salable No 10 House and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan ville Avenue Known ns the old Franklin Institute Lot is lfc feet front on Dan Hie Avenue and IDS feet in depths llonse Is a twostory buildings large commodious and con veniently arranged in every particular h s 1G rooms hallway kitchen anti front veranda both inside and outside stairways rooms large and house wel ventilated House has been lately remodeled and extensively im proved and place generally repaired LovTly situation nice convenient house and all at a rock bottom price Possession given when desired NO II Farm of IOS Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the Kirksrillc Pike Very fertile and productive 73 ncrusof splen did hemp ortobacco land 75 tares in grits l aliuce tinder cultivation watered by never failing springs 1lace in good repair IJa stories containing rooms porch and lat iced porches good cistern bused log barn and good outbuildings Very tine large and well selected orchaid containing many varieties of fruit A tine farm of nioderatesizo No 12 Farm oi 81 Acres Two Lancaster near the Pike Gl acres ingrass balanceunder cnltivatior good strong laud in good repair and waterby never falling springs Two story frame house G rooms and necessary outbuildings One of the largest and best barns in the cotia try Buildings are comparatively now 2good orchards A very desirable farm near town and in good locality No ij House and Lot near Sul phur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 room upper and lower hallways all necessary ont huiifHng Ilace In good repair and healthy locution Will trade for house and lot in No 7 House and lot In Danville Ivy in Otter Addition on East Main Street louse has S large rooms front hallway above and below back hall varanda lurTTd soinely linished inside and conveniently large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable and all other convenient outbuildings Lot is 100 feet trout 117 fret in depth nice stable rut surd large garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This property speaks for itself No 10 Farm orSO Acres at Lo gana Jessamine County Kentucky- One of the prettiest country residences in the IMite Grass Kegion with SO acres of fertile laud attached situated at Logaua in Jtisu mine county Ky 5 miles from Xicholasville on a good turnpike and near raihoad 5 room cottage house magnificient barn and every kind of convenient outbuildings good water everything in good repair Good location for doctor or dairy man No 15 Vacant Lot on South Side Water street between Lex ington awl Paulding In Lancaster 75 feet front on Water street fet in depth This lot is held at a reasonable price leg J i lIon I good JliI s from RiCke e oo property property fr 3 Lan- Caster constricted vet For further particulars write to or call R L Davidson LawOiiice over Stormes store Louis Landram Central Record oflic ontOR